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Design Thinking

Design Thinking

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Design Thinking is a methodology used by designers to solve complex problems, and find desirable solutions for clients. A design mindset is not problem-focused, it's solution focused and action oriented towards creating a preferred future. Design Thinking p;draws upon logic, imagination, intuition, and systemic reasoning, to explore possibilities of what could be and to create desired outcomes that benefit the end user (the customer).You can design the way you lead, manage, create and innovate. The design way of thinking can be applied to systems, procedures, protocols, and customer/user experiences. Design thinking minimizes the uncertainty and risk of innovation by engaging customers or users through a series of prototypes to learn, test and refine concepts. Design thinkers rely on customer insights gained from real-world experiments, not just historical data or market research.
Session 1
  • Design Thinking
  • Overview
  • Past and Current Challenges
  • Design Thinking Process
  • Area of Business Impact
Session 2
  • Business Hypothesis
  • Mapping stakeholders
  • Concept clustering
  • Sketches and Post-its
  • Prioritization
  • Defining Business problem
  • Customer journey map
Session 3
  • Ideation
  • Brain storming
  • Idea generation tools
  • Go for Quantity & Prioritization
  • Mind Map
  • Prototyping
  • Prototyping Mindset
  • Prototyping Tools
  • Storyboarding with post-its and kits
Session 4
  • Testing and Delivery
  • Concept poster
  • Concept peer-review
  • Concept Presentation
  • Adapt and Adjust
  • KPI’s, Risks, Revision
  1. Provides different perspective of the problem
  2. Determine root cause of the problem
  3. Encourage innovative thinking and creative problem solving
  4. Fulfilling user experiences
  5. Final outcome meets client objectives
  6. Continually expand your knowledge
You will be given a certificate of achievement on successfully completing all activities during the workshop.
As this Design Thinking provides the basic concepts and principles of Design Thinking to learners. Therefore, it does not require programming or IT background, making it well-suited for the following audience:
  • Project Managers and Innovators
  • Senior/Top Management Executives
  • Product Teams
  • Human Resource Professionals
  • Trainers and Coaches
  • Graduates
  • Anyone interested in learning about Design Thinking

How many participants can attend a workshop?

We recommend a minimum of 20 and maximum of 40 participants for a workshop.

How is the workshop going to be conducted?

A day long classroom session with loads of hands-on activities.

Is Design Thinking only for client/customer facing roles?

Absolutely not. Design Thinking is about human/user centricity; and everyone has a user! We have often had phenomenal results from Design Thinking engagements with back office and shared services teams, operations and supply chain teams, and even HR teams working on employee related challenges.

Is design Thinking same as Visual Design?

Design thinking is a creative-problem solving approach with specific tools, methods and mindset. Its a process to design for how your system will work.

How do you assess the impact of Design Thinking on the project?

It basically depends upon the business goal. Most of the time Design Thinking is implemented at conceptualization phases. In this case we measure the amount of uncertainity reduced. For operation efficiency projects specific metrics like adoption rate, efficiency etc are measured.

Is Design thinking applicable to any industry?

Yes, absolutely it is applicable to any industry. It helps you bring more clarity to the problem you are solving.

If I cancel my enrollment, will I get the refund?

Please refer the Cancellation and Refund Policy.

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Why agile and design thinking are connected?

Agile and design thinking techniques both have principles, structures, and specified collections of functions and activities. When attentively applied in concert, both approaches can assist groups in straightening and supplying set apart services that drive growth and bring brand-new value to consumers. Design thinking can be valuable in this circumstance.

Since it uses research methods from social sciences like ethnography and psychology, design thinking can aid in discovering human demands as well as motivations. Style reasoning additionally consists of rapid prototyping methods that enable groups to examine new ideas promptly.

Dexterous growth is an active process that relies on close teaming and client cooperation to react to market adjustment rapidly. The goal is to reach the market rapidly and also repeat with enhancements, in some cases constantly. It's a common misconception that dexterous approaches stress speed and adaptability at the cost of the client experience.

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